Cliftonville win to stay top

Published Monday, 26 November 2012
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Cliftonville have beaten Lisburn Distillery on Monday to remain top of the Irish League.

Cliftonville win to stay top
Liam Boyce celebrates his goal for Cliftonville against Lisburn Distillery. (© Pacemaker)

Distillery lagged behind at Solitude when Joe Gormley put the ball in the back of the net for his side's first goal in the 16th minute.

But throughout the first half the reds were challenged by Tim McCann's side, which meant there was no further scoring during those 45 minutes.

However, the second half was more of the same for the reds who saw goal after goal, starting with Liam Boyce in the 72nd minute.

Just eight minutes later that was followed up by Barry Johnston and in the 89th minute James Knowles scored a fourth goal for Tommy Breslin's side.

The 4-0 scoreline leaves Cliftonville seven points clear at the top of the table.


Cliftonville 4 - 0 Lisburn Distillery
Cliftonville: Gormley 16, Boyce 72, Johnston 80, Knowles 89.

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